Hitting the MSP Bottom Line for 2017 Revenue: Unigma Founder Authors E-Book on How Service Providers Can Increase Revenue with IaaS Clouds

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Unigma Founder Kirill Bensonoff Authors E-Book on How Service Providers Can Increase Revenue with IaaS Clouds

Bottom Line: Traditional managed services are going through a transformation and MSPs need to look to cloud to stay relevant.

Today Unigma, the unified cloud management platform, announces its founder, Kirill Bensonoff, has authored a new eBook entitled Making Money in IaaS Clouds. The book informs technology managed service providers (MSPs) on the compelling reasons to begin offering cloud services to clients. Additionally, the book also guides them through the various options, services and processes to consider by staying one step ahead through innovation to best service their clients’ business needs while positively impacting their own bottom line.

“More companies need to be made aware that in order to compete, they need to migrate more processes, infrastructure and applications to the cloud,” shared the Unigma founder Kirill Bensonoff, who has over 10 years of public cloud expertise and was one of the earliest AWS partners in New England. “However, for many service providers to do this they first need to learn how to unlock the potential of cloud and then learn how to help business executives make the most out of what cloud has to offer.”

As the book highlights, migrating to cloud can help businesses:

  •     Reduce costs for startups
  •     They don’t have the large up-front costs of equipment and software
  •     Scale their compute resources up or down as needed
  •     Improve collaboration
  •     Their applications will be in the cloud and accessible from anywhere
  •     Refine business continuity
  •     Create new opportunities for business analytics

While there are several Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) providers, Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure are two of the most popular. The eBook explains exactly how MSPs can make money selling IaaS services to their clients.

“In return for these services, IaaS customers typically pay for services by the hour,” noted Bensonoff. “This type of pay-as-you-go model allows companies to eliminate the huge capital expense of building a data center, buying servers and software, and performing regular maintenance.”

Bottom Line: Traditional managed services are going through a transformation and MSPs need to look to cloud to stay relevant. By MSP businesses growing with cloud services and catering to a specific niche, many can focus on providing solutions that solve the specific challenges for that vertical – be it financial services, healthcare, education or any field.

With registration, the eBook can be downloaded instantly on the Unigma website: https://www.unigma.com/making-money-in-iaas-clouds/.

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About Unigma

Unigma is unified cloud management. Unigma provides monitoring, alerting, automation, cost management and reporting for public clouds – AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, with benefits that are important to MSPs and IT organizations – multi-tenant, single pane of glass views, reporting, policy driven alerting and integrations with industry tools like Kaseya, Autotask, ConnectWise. It’s built to each provider’s brand, and backed by a Network Operation Center (NOC) service to augment their team. For more information, visit http://www.unigma.com.

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